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DU Students cycle from Kanyakumari to Islamabad in quest for peace

A group of Delhi University students under the name “Delhi University Students For Peace” are cycling from Kanyakumari to Islamabad in a bid to appeal for...

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[VIDEO] Sushma Swaraj on “Role of Opposition in Democracy” in Campus Law Centre

Sushma Swaraj, the leader of opposition in the Lok Sabha gave a lecture on the “Role of Opposition in Democracy” on the 2nd of August, 2013 at Campus Law Centre,...

LSR introduces Research and Referral period with the coming of FYUP

Lady Shri Ram College for Women, known for intense academic commitment and discipline, has introduced a 75 minute research and referral or academic study period every...

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Delhi University’s Gyanodaya III train to take off in September

University of Delhi’s educational and recreational excursion ‘Gyanodaya- III’ will commence on 2nd September, 2013. After Gyanodaya- I and II, this endeavour,...

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Reserved category admissions to continue in Delhi University

According to a notice released by Delhi University on the 31st of July, admissions in the university will continue for reserved category students. The 10th and last...

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PIL seeks 85% reservation for Delhi domicile students in DU

Moksha Foundation, an NGO based in West Delhi recently filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) before the Delhi High Court. The PIL seeks 85% reservation of the total...

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DUSU and NSUI conduct Vidyarthi Panchayat for Delhi University students

“The youth is the power of India. When the whole world will have its population concentrated in the old age, India will rise with its youth.” These were a few of the...

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Admissions continue at Delhi University with release of 10th cut-off

The admission season at Delhi University continues with the announcement of the tenth cut-off. Several courses have reopened admissions for general category students and...

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Leaders for Tomorrow conducts Anti-Ragging campaign

Leaders For Tomorrow, who have a partnership with the Delhi Police, held an “Anti Drugs Anti Ragging” campaign on 29th July in Sri Venkateswara College where the...

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Delayed results affect Ph.D admissions of over 50 Delhi University students

Refusal of admissions to Ph.D. program in Modern Indian Languages (MIL) and Literary Studies Department to over 50 Delhi University students by the university has lead...